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About The 10th
The 10th is Vail’s premier on-mountain fine-dining restaurant, located atop Gondola One at MidVail. Overlooking the majestic Gore Range, The 10th’s name is a quiet nod to The 10th Mountain Division. Enjoy updated classics with a quintessential mountain feel while overlooking the expansive Gore Range.
Vail, CO 81658
Hours of Operation:
Winter Operating Hours:
Open for Lunch Daily, beginning November 17 - April 15
Summer Operating Hours:
Open for Lunch Friday - Sunday
Mid June - Labor Day Weekend
TO BOOK A RESERVATION
For your next celebration or event, join us at The 10th. Please contact our Group Sales department at: 970.754.4515 or Stacey Romer at email@example.com
On Mountain, at the top of Gondola One, out of Vail Village
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The 10th is a full service restaurant located at Mid-Vail on Vail Mountain. Guests may arrive by skiing to the Mid-Vail area, or by riding Gondola One out of Vail Village. A lift ticket is required to access Vail Mountain and The 10th restaurant during daytime hours. Parking is available in Vail Village at the Vail Village parking structure; parking fees apply during winter daytime hours. After 3pm, and during summer months, parking is free.
The free Vail in-town bus runs from Golden Peak to Vail Village to Lionshead to the Marriott. The closest stop to Gondola One, the lift accessing The 10th, is Vail Village. Proceed across the Covered Bridge and up Bridge Street to load Gondola One (lift ticket required to access Gondola One during daytime hours).
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The 10th Ratings and Reviews
Everything was exceptional the moment we walked in the door.
Greeting was warm and friendly. Wait staff and sommelier wonderful. Pot Pie was delicious, wine selection very interesting! Beautiful views, gracious staff and terrific food.
The four of us enjoyed our lunch immensely.
Excellent, expensive on-mountain gourmet dining. Have tried most of the menu - never had anything bad. Outstanding flatbreads (caprese is divine), pot pie is deliciously decadent (enough for 2-3 people), good fries/burgers, ratatouille is a tasty vegetarian option. Good espresso drinks. Gorgeous, high-ceilinged views of Mid-Vail, large coat room for gear, with slippers for a break from ski boots, bathrooms full of amenities. Hostesses could be more gracious, but most of the servers are very nice (talking to you, Sasha). Reservations recommended.
This is just an overpriced cafeteria with very average food. I have NEVER had a main course presented to me whilst eating an appetizer before. When I asked them to bring the main course later, I was still eating my appetizer, so had to move it away to make room for the main course. No one took the appetiser away until prompted! We were in and out in under an hour, ate bland food, we're rushed, and it cost $184. No thanks, never again.
Far and away the best dining on mountain, not that much more expensive than the frankly generally pretty poor alternatives (Wildwood is good, Two Elk and Mid Vail pretty poor) and delicious and comfortable (how can you not like being able to swap your ski boots for slippers). Worth doing at least once on your ski vacation, even though it takes a bit longer.
The view at the 10th is stunning, at a minimum and the service is exceptional. For the price, the food was disappointing. The flavors of our salad, soup and entrees were good, just not at the level of taste that you would expect at this level of a restaurant. Definitely come for the view and the service, and keep the expectations of the food at average and you will not be disappointed.
Our favorite "splurge" ski lunch spot on the mountain in Vail. Pampering you from the start with slippers after you take off your ski boots, it only gets better with the delicious food choices. We love the mussels with chorizo, the amazing chicken pot pie and the yummy warm bread fresh from the oven. It's pricey, and the service can be slow at busy times, but that's pretty common in Vail. The views of the mountain are spectacular, the only drawback is the big open cafeteria size dining room that loses a bit of intimacy, but does make for fun people watching. Reservations are a must during busy times, but if you forget, check out the bar...often you can grab a last minute spot. The worst part is having to put your boots back on to ski home!
The 10th is one of my favorite place in Vail.
I love to end my ski day with a late lunch at the 10th.
I was surprised is no longer open for dinner, it was beautiful come up at night on the Gondola and see Vail from the top of the mountain.
It was a kind of magic.
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